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Author 'Randonneur' : Is it possible to cultivate edelweiss in plain? Yes, provided offer a very well and limestone soil drains, good sunshine and...... Protect from Frost! This flower is in my garden, in Burgundy. Only inconvenient when edelweiss in plain: the foliage is more grey - veloute as in mountain. It is green and smooth.

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> X21* >Reply Dec 01, 2012
If you want to raise with. Simple, you concasses of the shell preferably in shells of oyster and you put them on the bottom of your soil of culture then you plants your with by adding preferably one or limestone rock for him given his daily needs. And the watering is done slightly even in the winter, preferably with rain water.
For my part I have many of these beautiful flowers that were sent to all walks of life as gifts because attention the with is a flower protected it is prohibited to levied in mountainous areas across Europe.
 > Author Randonneur [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Dec 01, 2012
Thank you for this comment enlightened
My edelweiss have of course been bought in a garden centre in the Alps. I too love the nature, to strip it of its jewels, especially since they are dead after two years of degeneration.
Plants such as the edelweiss does not survive well in the plains. The reason was given to me by a botanist specializing in the flora of the alpine : these plants need intense light, and especially a dose of ultra-violet rays that we encounter on the high mountain.
So unless you set up a lighting specific electrical...
> Geo >Reply Jul 13, 2009
Beautiful picture of this flower exceptional in every way especially in the wild.
> Liebher >Reply Aug 15, 2008
I'm going to grow it also, I would like some advice. Thank you.
> Julie >Reply Aug 03, 2008
What a beauty and what elegance !!! That nature is beautiful !!
> Gensby >Reply Jun 30, 2008
Bravo, when it is known or it is necessary to go to find them ! And thanks for the virtual ride.
> Edelweiss >Reply Jun 27, 2008
I love this flower : it is my nickname !
> Artemisia >Reply Jun 25, 2008
Super beautiful photo, she is very beautiful as beautiful as if she was wild.
> ROSYNE >Reply May 04, 2008
I love the side stones and grassy in symmetry, the flower that seems to grow in the rocks and thrive in the countryside.
> Vera >Reply Oct 31, 2007
Who would have thought that the nature was so perfect... I love it ! it is really worth taking the time to admire !
> Croumil >Reply Jul 29, 2007
Beautiful photo : bravo I am a fan of these flowers and I have one tattooed on my foot.
> Hiris [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 24, 2007
This is the first time that I see an edelweiss on light green dominant. Is this the reality where it comes from-is there a photo editor ? This does not take away, however, nothing of its charm !
> Poison >Reply Feb 20, 2007
Beautiful, I love these flowers and I bought a pack of seeds when I went to Tyrol.
> Ursule >Reply Feb 15, 2007
This photo is amazing and vibrant. It is true that Burgundy has sometimes a climate that I would call 'continental'.
> Kim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Aug 01, 2006
This is amazing, I would never have believed that one can cultivate this wild plant, and in the plains over the market. Bravo.
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